UR project on the use of computers for health research has won $5 million in state economic development funds.
The lab creates an immersive experience to allow researchers to understand large, complex data sets.
$10 million will support the Institute for Data Science and construction of its new facility on River Campus.
This spring, BlueHive 2 will become the primary system running demanding computations for 650+ researchers.
Highlights from the past year show how information technology supports the growing needs of the University community.
Representatives from IBM and the University will gather on Friday, June 28 at the Medical Center to discuss the health care and research applications … Read More